ARSLab Publications

Publications in 2005
261- "Definition of Cell-DEVS Models for Complex Diffusion Systems", Wei Ding, Changshuang Lin, Laurentiu Chechiu, X. Wu, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the 2005 SCS Summer Computer Simulation Conference, Philadelphia, PA - 2005 SCSC05-DLA.pdf

262- "Design and Implementation of a Library of Network Protocols in CD++", Mohamed Abd El-Salam Ahmed, Khalil Yonis, Abdul-Rahman Elshafei, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the 38th annual Symposium on Simulation, page 196--203 - 2005 ANSS05-Netw.pdf

263- "DEVS for mixed-signal Modeling based on VHDL", Shaylesh Mehta, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the 2005 DEVS Integrative M&S Symposium, Spring Simulation Conference, San Diego, CA. U.S.A - 2005 DEVS-VHDL.pdf

264- "DEVS Modeling and Simulation of the Cellular Metabolism by Mitochondria", Roxana Djafarzadeh, Gabriel A. Wainer, Tofy Mussivand, Proceedings of the DEVS Integrative M&S Symposium, Spring Simulation Conference, page 55--62, San Diego, CA, USA - 2005 DEVS-Mito.pdf


266- "DEVSView: A tool for visualizing CD++ simulation models", Wilson Venhola, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the 2005 SCS Summer Computer Simulation Conference (Student Workshop), Philadelphia, PA - 2005 SCSC05-DEVSView.pdf

267- "Experimental results on the use of Modelica/CD++", Laurentiu Chechiu, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the 2005 SCS Summer Computer Simulation Conference (Student Workshop), Philadelphia, PA - 2005 SCSC05Modelica.pdf


269- "Modeling Space-Shaped Defense Applications with Cell-DEVS", Rami Madhoun, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of SISO Fall Interoperability Workshop, San Diego, CA. U.S.A - 2005 SIW-05s-Battle.pdf

270- "On the use of CD++/Maya for visualization of discrete-event models", Ayesha Khan, Wilson Venhola, Gabriel A. Wainer, Michael Jemtrud, Proceedings of IMACS World Congress on Scientific Computation, Applied Mathematics and Simulation, Paris, France - 2005 imacs2005.pdf


272- "Simulating Market Dynamics with CD++", Qi Liu, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Science (ICCS). Lecture Notes in Computer Science., Volume 3515/2005, page 368-372 - May 2005 lw05.pdf

273- "Specification of Discrete Event Models for Fire Spreading", Alexandre Muzy, Eric Innocenti, Antoine Aiello, Jean-François Santucci, Gabriel A. Wainer, SIMULATION: Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation, Volume 81, Number 2, page 103--117 - 2005 SimulationFire.pdf

274- "Towards the Verification and Validation of DEVS Models", Yvan Labiche, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the 1st Open International Conference on Modeling & Simulation, Clermont-Ferrand, France - 2005 Clermont05DEVS_V&V.pdf
 
Publications in 2004
275- "A DEVS Library for Layered Queuing Networks", Dorin Petriu, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the SCS 1st Mediterranean Multiconference on Modeling and Simulation, Genoa, Italy - 2004 I3M-LQN.pdf

276- "Accurate Modeling and Simulation of Heart Tissue Using GDEVS/CELL-DEVS", Gabriel A. Wainer, Norbert Giambiasi, Proceedings of the 2004 International Conference on Modeling, Simulation and Visualization Methods (MSV), Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - 2004 MSV04.pdf

277- "Analysis of quantized continuous Cell-DEVS", Leandro de San Miguel, Master thesis from Universidad de Buenos Aires, Computer Science Department - 2004 LeandroSanMiguel.pdf

278- "Application of the Cell-DEVS formalism for modeling cell spaces", Javier Ameghino, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of AIS’2004 Artificial Intelligence, Simulation and Planning, Volume 3397, Jeju Island, Korea - 2004

279- "Applying Cell-DEVS in 3D Free-Form Shape Modeling", Pengfei Wu, X. Wu, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of ACRI. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 3305 , Amsterdam, Netherlands - 2004 ACRI04-3Dff.pdf

280- "Defining and visualizing models of urban traffic", Gabriel A. Wainer, Shannon Borho, Jan Pittner, Proceedings of the SCS 1st Mediterranean Multiconference on Modeling and Simulation, Genoa, Italy - 2004 I3M-Traffic.pdf


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